Server virtualisation offers a whole host of benefits, many tangible and others harder to measure. These include a reduction in hardware, improved management, less power consumption, more efficient use of cooling systems and fuller use of underutilised computing resources. In this U.K.-specific guide, find out how to achieve them all.
With server consolidation as a clear sweet spot in the market, virtualisation has become the IT managers' favourite cost-cutting tactic, through simply reducing the amount of servers that support their business applications.
Get the latest server virtualisation news, tips, and expert responses with this U.K. guide.
Kayleigh Bateman is the Site Editor for SearchVirtualDataCentre.co.uk.
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